On February 20, 2020, Congressman John R. Curtis visited the Turning Point group of Maple Mountain High School. This event was arranged and moderated by the Turning Point President, Chloe Chandler, and the Vice President, Kimball Call. The advisor is Mr. Matt Pugh. Mr. Curtis fielded many well thought-out questions ranging from questions about the recent impeachment proceedings, to how much it costs to run for congress, how to pass a law, and "what a day in the life" of a congressman looks like.
Nebo School Board of Education member, Scott Card, was able to greet Congressman Curtis. He stated, “I watched our fabulous students interact with him. It was a well-planned and a very insightful event. I later spoke with Corey Norman, Congressman Curtis' chief of staff, who reported that Congressman Curtis really enjoyed his time with the MMHS students and loved being with them.”